Looking for the Right Stuff

November 14, 2012 by  
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After writing ten books, well okay, nine books and a children’s book which was the most fun to write! Anyway, I made a conscious decision to find a way to make my book stand out in the more than 100,000 books published each year.

I’ve taken more classes in the past five years than I had in the previous 20 years. Yet, the effort finally paid off. The light bulb came on and I understood that there is no one magic bullet, but a series of tactics that has to be applied.

And that is what Creative Impressions Press is designed to do!

There are more than 34 techniques with mp3 files to help you understand the various concepts. I will be loading more mp3 files that are interviews from various mega successful authors, so be sure to check in all week and download the files to your iPod!

One of my favorite interviews is with Deepak Chopra. Everyone assumes his rise to success was overnight. Wait until you hear the interview!

If you’d like to listen to Steve Harrison’s teleseminar class, just send me an email.

Continuing Education

November 7, 2012 by  
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I have listened to 6 teleseminars, watched 5 webcasts and read more than 500 pages about publishing, internet marketing, audio and video production and advertising concepts! Whew! There is more than enough information to plow through and I take on the responsibility to dig in and find the best of all resources for you.

One of the new resources is an 18 x 24 four color poster of your book with lamination for $4 – not bad, huh? You can use the posters as back drops or table decorations when you do book signings and trade shows. I’m also going to use mine for background scenery for my videos.

Oh yea, video . . . one more thing that you’re going to want to tackle. But no worries, I working on a couple of cool resources for you there too!

Keep coming back to creative impressions press as you will always find new ideas and teleseminars that will help you in your book marketing!

This week I listened to Kathleen Gage interview John Kremer, author of 1001 Ways to Promote your book. Mark Victor Hansen and Jack Canfield, of Chicken Soup fame, revealed that they purchased two books and pasted each page around their office and checked off each and every idea until they reached the very last idea. They credit the book to a major portion of their success.
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